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Immigration to the UK is becoming more complex, and the rules are becoming more demanding. Due to the constant high failure rate of the Home Office, British migration lawyers continue to achieve consistently positive results on behalf of our clients submitting applications for Marriage Visitor Vi...

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A UK sole representative visa is for international companies wanting to establish a commercial presence in the United Kingdom. Furthermore, one representative of the company can be sent to the UK and set up a branch of subsidiary office in the UK build company’s brand, establish a supply chain, c...

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Иммиграционные сборы увеличились в 2 раза с 8-го января в пользу здравохранения Великобритании. Обычно эти сборы должны оплачиваться гражданами стран не входящих в ЕЭЗ, если их цель пребывания в стране учеба, работа или проживание с семьей по иммиграционным правилам Соединенного королевства. Ране...

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Что Брексит Готовит Для Граждан ЕС И Членов Их Семей?
Все граждане EC и члены их семей смогут свободно въезжать в Великобританию и выезжать до момента её выхода из Европейского Союза. После этого им придется оформлять специальное разрешение чтобы оставаться на территории страны. Иммиграционный де...

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If an EEA national is exercising Treaty rights in the UK, is a qualified person, then s/he may request that s/he is issued with a registration certificate as confirmation of his/her right of residence under EC law.

Switzerland is not part of the EEA, but Swiss nationals and their family members ...

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In order to qualify for a permanent residence document an applicant needs to show that he/she has been exercising her/his Treaty Rights in the UK for a ‘continuous period’ of 5 years. Permanent Residency is only valid in the UK.

An applicant must prove that he/she has been a qualified person or ...

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According to the Reg. 8 of the EEA Regulations 2016 non-EEA unmarried partners of the EEA Nationals, who are exercising their treaty rights in the UK, can join their EEA National partners if they can prove that he or she are in a durable relationship with the EEA national.

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According to the Reg. 8 of the EEA Regulations “Extended family members” are defined as meaning:

more distant family members of the EEA national or of his spouse / civil partner who can demonstrate that they are dependant
partners where there is no civil partnership but they can show that they a...

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If a citizen of the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland is living in the UK in accordance with the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2016, their family members who are not EEA or Swiss citizens also have the right to come the UK to live and work here.

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EEA Applications

  • EEA Family Permit

    £450.00
    An EEA family permit is a form of ‘entry clearance visa’ to the UK, which is issued for six months. Nationals of countries outside the European Economic Area (EEA) can join their EEA family members who are exercising their treaty rights and residing in the UK.The non-EEA national can apply for residence card as a family member of an EEA national before the expiration of the EEA family permit. This residence card is issued for five years in accordance with the EEA Regulations 2016 and can be renewed in five years or a family member of an EEA National may apply for a permanent residence card if can satisfy all the Home Office requirements.The immigration lawyers at LawPark are experts in dealing with application for a family permit as a family member or an extended family member of an EEA national. If you need legal help from immigration lawyers in London to prepare and submit your application for family permit as family member/extended family member of an EEA national and we are her
  • Residence Card As Family Member Of An EEA National

    £450.00
    If a citizen of the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland is living in the UK in accordance with the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2016, their family members who are not EEA or Swiss citizens also have the right to come the UK to live and work here.If you are a non-European family member of an EEA or Swiss national, and you have decided to come to the UK to join them, you can apply for a residence card. The residence card is your document which proves your right to stay in the UK under EU law. The residence card is normally issued for 5 years and may take the form of an endorsement in your passport (“sticker”) or a separate document confirming your immigration status.In order to apply for a residence card the applicant must provide a valid passport and evidence that their EEA family member is exercising treaty rights in the UK.According to EEA Regulations 2016, the processing time for a residence card is no longer than 6 months from the date of receipt of
  • Extended Family Member

    £450.00
    According to the Reg. 8 of the EEA Regulations “Extended family members” are defined as meaning:more distant family members of the EEA national or of his spouse / civil partner who can demonstrate that they are dependantpartners where there is no civil partnership but they can show that they are in a “durable relationship” with the EEA national.For “extended family members” only the following requirements in relation to dependency must be met:The extended family member must have established his/her dependency on the relevant EEA national in the country from which the EEA national moved to the UK. This is consistent with the wording of Article 3(2) of the Directive, which states that the person must be a dependant of the EEA national in the country from which they have come;The dependency must have existed immediately before or very recently before the EEA national came to the UK; andThe extended family member must have come to the UK at the same time as the EEA national or just
  • Unmarried Partners

    £450.00
    According to the Reg. 8 of the EEA Regulations 2016 non-EEA unmarried partners of the EEA Nationals, who are exercising their treaty rights in the UK, can join their EEA National partners if they can prove that he or she are in a durable relationship with the EEA national.According to the above Regulations, unmarried partners are extended family members.The term unmarried partner relationship is defined as relationship similar to marriage which has subsisted (continued in existence) for at least two years. It would have to be proven by the way of presenting to the Home Office household bills, bank statements orother documents that can help prove cohabitation covering period of two years.Unmarried partners from countries outside the European Economic Area (EEA) can join their EEA family members who are exercising their treaty rights and residing in the UK by applying for an EEA family permit outside the UK. An EEA family permit is issued for six months.Then they can apply for a
  • Permanent Residence Document

    £450.00
    In order to qualify for a permanent residence document an applicant needs to show that he/she has been exercising her/his Treaty Rights in the UK for a ‘continuous period’ of 5 years. Permanent Residency is only valid in the UK.An applicant must prove that he/she has been a qualified person or a family member of a qualified person for 5 years.A qualified person is one who has citizenship of an EEA country or Switzerland,and either is self-sufficient, studying, self-employed, looking for work or working in the UK.Permanent Residency may be granted to close or extended family members of an EEA Nationals if they can prove that their relationship with their EEA National continues to subsist and they have maintained their qualified person status throughout the period of five years.The immigration lawyers at Law Park are experts in dealing with Permanent Residence Document Application. If you need legal help from immigration lawyers in London to prepare and submit your Permanent Resi
  • Registration Certificate

    £250.00
    If an EEA national is exercising Treaty rights in the UK, is a qualified person, then s/he may request that s/he is issued with a registration certificate as confirmation of his/her right of residence under EC law.Switzerland is not part of the EEA, but Swiss nationals and their family members also have the same free movement rights as EEA nationals.Common question: why to apply for a registration certificate?You may apply for a registration certificate to confirm your immigration status to have less checks when applying for benefits and travelling.The immigration lawyers at LawPark are experts in dealing with application for Registration certificate. If you need legal help from immigration lawyers in London to prepare and submit your application for Registration certificate and we are here to provide you friendly, reliable, efficient and professional immigration service.In the event that our team of professionals works with you and your application for Registration certifica

Family Members

  • Fiancé(E) Visa

    £500.00
    Immigration Rules with regard to fiancé(e) visa changed on 9 July 2012 and new rules apply to any application made on or after 9 July 2012. An application as a fiancé(e) can be made to the British Embassy/High Commission/Consulate for entry clearance as a fiancé(e) in order to join a person present and settled in the UK and get married in the UK after arriving in the UK as a fiancé(e).If application is successful, the applicant will be issued with six months leave to enter as a fiancé(e) and marriage must be registered in the UK within these six months to apply for further leave to remain in the UK on the basis of marriage.The applicant will have to meet the requirements of the Appendix FM of the Immigration Rules to qualify for fiancé(e) visa.The immigration lawyers at LawPark are experts in dealing with application for a fiancé(e) visa. If you need legal help from immigration lawyers in London to prepare and submit your application for a fiancé(e) visa and we are here to provid
  • Proposed Civil Partner Visa UK

    £500.00
    From 9 July 2012 the Immigration Rules for applicants who wish to obtain the proposed civil partners visa changed and new rules apply to any further immigration applications made on or after 9 July 2012. A person applying for an entry clearance application as a Proposed Civil Partner can do it by submitting their application to the British Diplomatic Post Overseas (British Embassy/High Commission) in order to register a Civil Partnership in the UK with a person who is present and settled in the UK. Civil Partnership is a legally recognised relationship between two people of the same sex which exists under or by virtue of the Civil Partnership Act 2004. If application for visa as a Proposed Civil Partner is successful, the applicant will be granted leave to enter the UK for six months and Civil Partnership must be registered with the Registered in the UK within these six months. If the application for entry clearance as a Proposed Civil Partner is refused by the Entry Clearance Officer,
  • UK Spouse Visa

    £500.00
    The UK spouse visa is available to applicants who wish to join their British or settled partner here in the United Kingdom. If you are not sure whether you are eligible for the visa please see information below or contact our Immigration lawyers to assess your personal situation.If the individual is outside the UK and wishes to apply for a spouse visa, an entry clearance application should be submitted to the British High Commission/Embassy/Consulate in the country of nationality or country of origin of the applicant. If you are already in the UK and your current visa is issued for longer than six months, you can switch into spouse visa from inside the UK by submitting your application to the Home Office, UKBA.The Immigration Rules for an application for Indefinite leave to remain (ILR) as a spouse of a person present and settled in the UK have been changed from 9 July 2012. If your spouse visa was granted before 9 July 2012, your application for ILR can be made to the Home Office,
  • Civil Partner Visa UK

    £500.00
    The UK civil partner visa is available to applicants who wish to join their British or settled civil partner here in the United Kingdom. If you are not sure whether you are eligible for the visa please see information below or contact our Immigration lawyers to assess your personal situation.If the individual is outside the UK and wishes to apply for a UK civil partner visa, an entry clearance application should be submitted to the British High Commission/Embassy/Consulate in the country of nationality or country of origin of the applicant. If you are already in the UK and your current visa is issued for longer than six months, you can switch into UK civil partner visa from inside the UK by submitting your application to the Home Office, UKBA.The Immigration Rules for an application for Indefinite leave to remain (ILR) as a UK civil partner visa of a person present and settled in the UK have been changed from 9 July 2012. If your UK civil partner visa was granted before 9 July 2012
  • Same Sex Partner Visa UK

    £500.00
    Same sex partners under the Immigration rules are “two persons living together in a relationship akin to civil partnership which has subsisted for two years or more”.The UK same sex partner visa is available to applicants who wish to join their British or settled partner here in the United Kingdom. If you are not sure whether you are eligible for the visa please see information below or contact our Immigration lawyers to assess your personal situation.If the individual is outside the UK and wishes to apply for a UK same sex partner visa, an entry clearance application should be submitted to the British High Commission/Embassy/Consulate in the country of nationality or country of origin of the applicant. If you are already in the UK and your current visa is issued for longer than six months, you can switch into UK same sex partner visa from inside the UK by submitting your application to the Home Office, UKBA.The Immigration Rules for an application for Indefinite leave to remain
  • Unmarried Partner Visa UK

    £500.00
    Unmarried partners under the Immigration rules are “two persons living together in a relationship akin to marriage of civil partnership which has subsisted for two years or more”.The UK unmarried partner visa is available to applicants who wish to join their British or settled partner here in the United Kingdom. If you are not sure whether you are eligible for the visa please see information below or contact our Immigration lawyers to assess your personal situation.If the individual is outside the UK and wishes to apply for a UK unmarried partner visa, an entry clearance application should be submitted to the British High Commission/Embassy/Consulate in the country of nationality or country of origin of the applicant. If you are already in the UK and your current visa is issued for longer than six months, you can switch into UK unmarried partner visa from inside the UK by submitting your application to the Home Office, UKBA.The Immigration Rules for an application for Indefinite
  • Complex Applications under Appendix FM, including overstayers and Article 8 of the ECHR

    £650.00

British Citizenship

  • Naturalisation As A British Citizen

    £450.00
    Key requirements:Applicant must be 18 or overApplicant must be of a good character, for example, he/she doesn’t have a serious or recent criminal record, and he/she hasn’t tried to deceive the Home Office or been involved in immigration offences in the last 10 yearsApplicant must continue to live in the UKApplicant must meet the English language requirements and passed the test Life in the UK (unless exemptions are applied)Applicant must meet the residency requirements (different rules apply for those who came on a settlement visa prior to the rule change in July 2012 and on/after July 2012.)Residential requirements for an individual applying for Naturalisation as a British Citizen:an individual lived in the UK for at least the 5 years before the date of your application (3 years for those who came on a settlement visa prior to the rule change in July 2012)an individual spent no more than 450 days outside the UK during those 5 years (270 for those who came on a settlement vis
  • Registration As A British Citizen

    £350.00
    Registration Of A Child As British CitizenChildren who are under the of 18 years (minors) can apply to the Home Office for registration as British citizens under the following sections of the British Nationality Act 1981. Once a child reaches age 18 they will have to apply to naturalise as an adult.Section 1 (3) birth in the UK to parents who are now settled in the UK or have become British citizens;Section 1 (3A) birth in the UK to parents who have joined the armed forces;Section 3 (1) child whose parents are applying for British citizenship;Section 3 (2) birth abroad to parents who are British by descent and have lived in the UK or a British overseas territory;Section 3 (5) birth abroad to parents who are British by descent but are now living in the UK or a British overseas territory;Section 3 (1) children adopted abroad by British citizen parents;Section 3 (1) children whose parents had renounced and subsequently resumed British citizenship;Section 3 (1) any other case no

Student Visa

  • Tier 4 (General) Student Visa

    Entry clearance as a General StudentThe Tier 4 Student visa (General) is a visa for International Students who want to study a course in the United Kingdom which leads to a level 6 qualification. It is a Point Based Category and points are awarded for Certificate of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) and Funds for Maintenance. The course provider must be a Home Office recognised sponsor. For the register of licensed Tier 4 sponsors, please look here.Basic Requirementsan individual has to provide an unconditional offer on a course issued by a licensed course provideran individual must show that he/she has enough money to maintain and accommodate themselves and their dependants during the full period of their studiesthe course must be full time; it is required to undertake at least 15 hours per week of study if the course leads toat least level 3 qualificationan individual must be 16 years or overKey information:this immigration route does not lead to settlementit is possible to
  • Tier 4 (Child) Student Visa

    Entry clearance as a Tier 4 Child StudentThe Tier 4 Student visa (Child) is a visa for children between 4 and 17 years old who want to study in the United Kingdom at independent fee-paying schools.Once they are aged 16 or 17 years old they are allowed to study at a publicly funded Further Education College where fees apply for international students.If a student is 16 or 17 years old and study a course which is at or above National Qualification Framework Level 3, it is for a Tier 4 Sponsor to decide whether the student should apply for a General or Child student visa.If the course is at National Qualification framework Level 2, a student must apply for a Child Student Visa.Basic Requirementsan individual has to provide an offer (CAS – Confirmation of Acceptance for Study) on a course issued by a licensed UK Independent school. Please click here to find a Tier 4 Sponsor https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/register-of-licensed-sponsors-studentsan individual must sho
  • Short-Term Student Visa

    A Short-term study visa is designed for individuals who are from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland, and planning to do a short course of study in the UK.Key requirements:an applicant has enough money to support herself/himself without working or claiming public fundsan applicant booked a course in the UK at an accepted place of studyan applicant has enough money to pay for his/her trip to the UK and back to their countryAn individual who is under 18 has to have permission from their parent or guardian to study in the UK.As a short-term student you can stay for 6 months for study a short course (including English language course) or make a research; or up to 11 months for studying an English language in the UK.The immigration lawyers at LawPark are experts in dealing with application for a short term student Visa. If you need legal help from immigration lawyers in London to prepare and submit your application for a short term student Visa and we are here

Tourist Visa

  • Visitor Visas

    £350.00
    Different types of visits, each has a specific permitted duration:Standard Visit Visa (up to 6 months) thougha) if coming for private medical treatment, then up to 11 monthsb) if coming as an academic conducting permitted activities up to 12 monthsc) if coming under the Approved Destination Status Agreement (for Chinese nationals), up to 30 daysMarriage/civil partnership Visa (up to 6 months) for marriage or entering into a civil partnership in the UK within 6 months of arrival and in any location licensed for this purpose.Permitted paid engagement Visa (up to 1 month) for visiting the UK to do permitted paid work without having to be employed under the Points Based System. This visa is designed for individuals who are performing, touring, exhibiting or lecturing.Transit (up to 48 hours although leave to enter under the transit Without Visa Scheme runs until 23:59 the day after arrival)Parent of a Tier 4 Child Student Visa (6-12 months) for parents or legal guardians of a
  • Long-term Visitor visas

    £450.00

Long Residence

  • ILR – 10 Years Long Residence

    £500.00
    An individual to be eligible for ILR settlement on the basis of Long Residence in the UK, is required to have lived lawfully in the UK for a continuous period of 10 years.For the application to go through, he/she must fulfil the following conditions:The applicant should meet the continuous legal residence criteria. This means that he/she did not have any interruptions in their legality of stay. However, the exception is any periods of overstaying of up to 28 days before 2016. The requirements also disregard any periods of overstaying if the applicant had been granted leave after November 24 under paragraph 39E of the Immigration Rules.The applicant should not have been absent from the UK for a period not exceeding 18 months in total during the 10-year period, or 6 months at any one time. Continuous residency valid if the applicant left the UK having a valid leave to remain and returned to the country within 6 months with a valid leave to enter. Continuous residency will also be co
  • Extension Of Stay For 2 Years On The Basis Of 10 Years Long Residence

    £500.00
    If an applicant does not succeed for Indefinite Leave to Remain on the basis of the Long Residence rule, either due to the Knowledge of Language or Life in the UK requirement or Good Character requirement, he/she can apply for extension of leave to remain having lawfully staying in the UK for a continuous period of 10 years. This extension however can only be granted for two years.The immigration lawyers at Law Park are experts in dealing with application for Extension of Stay for 2 years on the basis of 10 years Long Residence. If you need legal help from immigration lawyers in London to prepare and submit your application for Extension of Stay for 2 years on the basis of 10 years Long Residence and we are here to provide you friendly, reliable, efficient and professional immigration service.In the event that our team of professionals works with you and your application for Extension of Stay for 2 years on the basis of 10 years Long Residence, you can expect to enjoy the following

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  • Our immigration lawyers will explain all documentation that needs to be submitted alongside your immigrationapplication.
  • Our immigration lawyers will examine these documents and discuss how they are relevant to your case.
  • Our team of immigration lawyers will complete the application forms and answer any questions that you may have.
  • If needed, our immigration lawyers will prepare a sponsorship declaration and explain the process in detail.
  • Our lawyers will draft a cover letter that will support and submit the immigration application.
  • Your interests will be protected when working with our immigration lawyers during the entire process. We will keep you informed while the application is pending with the Home Office.

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